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Composing from Everyday Life

Choreography and visual art workshop

Sat 26 March 2011 | 2 - 4pm
Call 020 7091 9650 to book

Siobhan Davies Studios
85 St George's Road, London SE1 6ER

Composing from Everyday Life is a movement workshop for adults. Participants will explore ways of composing images with both objects and bodies, that begin inside a frame but without a camera, playfully drawing on the ways that we make patterns in everyday life.

This workshop is part of the Still Moving touring exhibition, which investigates choreography as a stimulus for photography and film, showcasing work by participants from Siobhan Davies Dance's Capture dance photography course and Seven Ways South, a short film commissioned by Siobhan Davies Dance in 2010. The collection focuses on the creative choices of those who move and those who watch, to create a dialogue between two art forms.

Composing from Everyday Life will be led by Lucy Cash and Becky Edmunds, the film artists behind Seven Ways South, and will draw upon the processes they used to connect dance, live art and moving image when they collaborated on the making of this film.


Becky Edmunds | talks | www
Lucy Cash | talks | www


Date and Time:

26 March 2011 at 2:00 pm


2 hours



Siobhan Davies Studios
85 St. George's Road
020 7091 9650

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£8 / £5

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Please call 020 7091 9650 to book.

Additional Information:

Suitable for anyone interested in choreography and composition. No previous experience necessary.

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